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Reddit on Monday announced that it’s testing its new Reddit Public Access Network (RPAN) until Friday, giving users the opportunity to live stream on the platform.
“In true Reddit fashion, voting will determine the top broadcast, and you can explore different broadcasts by swiping or clicking right or left,” the company explained in a post.
Reddit encourages users to explore, vote and give feedback in order for the company to consider making the feature permanent.
“All redditors may see your stream, so don’t show yourself if you want to stay anonymous,” the company also noted, warning that the network is intended to be “a Safe for Work experience”.
Users can live stream between 9am and 5pm every day for the rest of the week.
Feature image: screenshot, r/pan via Reddit